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Bloomington Post (Newspaper) - February 12, 1836, Bloomington, Indiana /$9 per Ait num in adv Aaice. Am in Tylli knt Peoria Taxt no dictators. S3 at the end a be cd r. By m. L. Deai India Iva Friday february lit 1836. To. 1.vo. Í0, we publish Llie follow aug a i from the Washinnton Corres Oiin tool no he Cincinnati , both for it inform Elton and amusement of Wiir Reu <j-. It is in re Tuioti a select purty it the White House. Quot it adds very much the a intr Cliona of the White House that the Ludy who presides Here is Distin a of a Uii had for every Quality which men a of seme and feel Init Are accustomed pics Moit Iii Lily in a . To Tare personal Beauty and More than Quot a diary intelligence mrs. F vhf do the Moit perfect sweetness of Dis position and manners that could not a pop Sibly be More eng Ign it i or Delight a i us. 1t did my heart Good fee her winning smile once More. Near her was Van Jiaren with the Riihl Smirk on his Noil commit ii countenance. The m Igi Cin however loot a not so Quot Well As usual a the re ent u Orrison Are full id upon jump Iii nights Are sleepless a lie Star the Ina of inc people Are think that the Choice of of resident ought be their deliberate and uni missed act that they ought not be Ino winked nor coaxed like children. It sees that honest Independent men Aro be stirring themselves arrest the downward career of the country. He knows that such con mentions As that at Harrisburg i and of it if Wiig can easily put Down the work of such Hole and Corner meetings As that of the Ortii e holders at i Altimori who nominated him. Subj icily and dealing Are More than a match for 6 Cret conspiracy and he dreads that Liis underhand machination against the ii Beriy of the country will be abortive and exposed. All this makes him fretful and it req tires As much sweater in it As he professes repress the a a Bulit ions of his spleen. A Little farther Oil Quot was Woodbury with his sleek shining Bald head and fat pork fed Ace whose Jull no meaning puzzles More than Init and is an admirable Type of the confused brain that Bro Forth ills official there was Dickerson a tall ungainly figure but with a shrewd pleasant Ace a and then a very Well dressed person with a finely turned head and a countenance in which pleasantry and Dis Diu seemed contending for the Mas Tery As he urged hit Way through the crowd a this was or. Forsyth. Then you might see a a Droit , the ii Sian ambassador simply attired find wearing his Star and or. Plank Siead the engl rih charge d rather Good looking John full with a most irreproachable pair of whiskers but having of what is my Avei Aion a Blue coat and brass buttons. Near him stood a lady of delicate form and Graceful bearing a mrs. U. Next a whole Bevy of whiskered and Uius Tach red attaches looking quite innocent of my diplomatic dexterity. Ai d then there was the lofty Jeneral Roll and the quiet and gentle Nancy i. Neral Jones and the Stout general m c in and lie Light it Mjor Van Jiaren and a quite a Batch of stupid still figures with laced coals and Epaul a a test Hie Young hopefuls of the army and a the party was at once select and Large by a Elett 1 do not mean that Llue vulgar it re kept Oul for in that ase heaven forgive their ingrained the most of Quot me party Quot would have been excluded you just Puiul Reitand that All the world was not there Webster was not nor Adams a nor judge White nor the late sea 4<er, belly nor m. I aut the Kici Icli Chi re. Ilhom re there and what a said and done what Good , what spirit carpet Dante what Lovily w Omen what rapid res a oin it the country gentlemen Ilkiw into Abi it <1.em�?the few it itself Ifie winks the it Ull so ving of polity among i in knowing ones at the close Ollie All air Mil the Velum ii of lilo did by a Ceina 4ii Falso and Truo once Anim Nis Quot i shall give m detail again with it in dry Sagi a Iri Ings my tir Friend in. O Iio who propos visit via Liuigi ton Iiga inst showing themselves Loo Olteia in these Gay scenes. Imsu it it r i reiteration of the same Thi Ini s ant it a ppm Ratiee of us Iamo pretty firms Renden the Siena Tion of Lis Juuls any thing hut Dang r Ous. I his Rita it Quirt s e,.ii,, and Illuri Iarion and it Liall live ii. A a talc items is Iti iring no o of in Poi Hancq Tilfor Iii Ai Virgo ii on the eve of departure if he has not already left. The National intelligencer has pinned the Globe and the official corps of paragraph its the Wall about he letter which the due de Broglie sent m. Pagot and m. A got communicated the government. The letter cannot be withheld a the people have a right know its con tells. On . Webster is rather responding a and thinks seriously of withdrawing his name As a candidate for the president ship. John Quincy Milams declares openly that wet 8ter cannot get Massachusetts and thinks Martin Van Burens a magician Quot a supper was announced at eleven. I happened be in the private parlor of the family a when the doors of the room were thrown open. The effect was Verj Fine. The several narrow tables were ranged completely round the Hall allowing space sufficient for two or three persons walk abreast Between them and the Wall. In the Centre of the area thus formed there was another set of tables or rather shelves in a Pyrear Nedical form and supporting a goodly array of whatever was calculated provoke the appetite and gratify the eyes of the company. I his Large pile was surmounted by confectionary of All sorts a fret work and Flowers. And a handsome chandelier and hundreds of Wax lights shed a remarkable brilliancy Over the whole scene. Suddenly 1 heard the voice of the old chief crying come ladies supper supper a and turning around i saw him leading a mrs. Polk with quite a Gallant air Van Buren followed with mrs. Donelson. Theo came or. Speaker with Soave one else. And who next think you of All Anim als under the Sun the Jackall of the Globe Blair after this truly there was no delicacy called for on the score of precedence. And none Wai manifested. All who could crammed in Pell Mell. Young ladies were squeezed nearly out of shape i mean their dresses Iren Erable gentlemen were pinned he Wall As Boya do flies their beavers knocked into cocked hats and stuck into their sides. It was a thorough Jam. Those who had the Good Luck reach the table paid due homage All the Quot articles Quot around them and he ludicrous tribulation which the rest of us found ourselves sharpened the wits and Trade humor More cutting and sarcastic. The president was ill High spirits and As he ii Alfed his Champaigne with the lady he led in cracked his joke with Quot or. Speaker Quot As he always entitled Polk and bowed and waved his hand the Young ladies who from time time gave his health he looked As if he had More amiability than Many Petioni give him credit for. Some rough Fel Lovvik against the Wall began growl and grumble at the length of time the ladies spent at Tabic. The bulgarians just us if they did any thing More than look at he splendid Sei out. Such lips 1 am sure never touched any thing Mure Sabu Taniai than Ambrosia. In Good time these divine creatures gave Way and we had a nearer experience of the promised land. What Odd company these mixed parties bring a Man into la the Early of the evening 1 had been struck with what seemed a highly a cute and interesting fit be. The features were Sharp and attenuated and of sickly paleness the lips thin but the interest of Van Buren. Has grossly misrepresented the democratic Republican convention which lately met in Harrisburg. The editor begins by calling it a whig Conven Tion. There has been no such convention in session in Harrisburg during the past week. It was a convention of the people composed of Jack son men. Whigs and anti masons who possess the principles of the old democratic party such As it was when Vao Buren was opposing Jalcs Madison and the War and William h. Harrison was fighting the Battles of his Quot some Twenty or thirty whigs friends of Daniel Webster seceded Quot is a Wanton and cold blooded falsehood and will excite nothing but aur Jirise and disgust in the Community. There were but two or three persons in the convention in favor of Webster s Nemih action and but one Man seceded and he did so not because he will not support the nomination but in consequence of his abuse of the democratic Republican convention because the members were not fools enough nominate a second electoral ticket for the same candidate can excite nothing but pity for the author. The fact is this is a Good sign. The abuse comes from the right Quarter. It shows the fears of the lieder alias for the safety or the magician. They dread the enthusiasm of the people for a 4efeddef of the country. They despair on account of United action in the part of the people a against Federal dictation. They have earful forebodings at the Way cry of Quot Harrison amp know that we shall break into their own ranks and scatter the Lei Gions of Van Bure ism the winds that the rank and file of their own party will desert the Black Flag of the Kinder Hooker for the Star spangled Baner under which Harrison fought Bod triumphed the Battle Fields of our country. Go on then and abuse the candidate of the people it will Only rally More enthusiastically the patriots of the Loiou around Bis Standard. Open the sluices of detraction and abuse it will Only corer the alumni actors with infamy and make the Victory More glorious and . Intel How bring up chit Dren Quot car Ltd and Active and Leuly employ men is the Secrel bring up matter at what occupation no matter How laborious As Long As the mind is employed a attention is directed proper objects of business bad examples and bad company will be avoided. Five or six years of a Young Man s time thua closely occupied will confirm him in Babita of Industry and his own resources of mind and body his own Industry and Enterprise will Advance him honorable and prosperously in Rich father should always help a child when be proves Hia abilities help himself and have no nobility dior titled families nor aristocratic distinction yet frequently do we find an indulgent Rich father who from an Humble life Baa raised bima Elf in the world indulging Hia son in extravagant and Idle habitat giving him Money o spend Gaie y and fashion at the race course the hotel or billiard reome under the delusion tha he never will want and that tie will inherit an ample Fortune. What is the firmly the eyes dark and result idleness begets vice Isipa penetrating in but having a character Tion follows and Loaa of health of secretiveness that bathed my own tune and character a the inevitable Yaz. Juite Gray and in appear result. A Rich Man instead of give a be soft full Over brows of rather ing his Quot son a few hundreds now and rna rued developments and Marble j Hen for what Are called contingent whiteness. I crossed his path once j expenses and under the malicious idea or twice in pro menacing through thei he a he must make an appearance like Row nit ind heard the sound of his a gentleman should say kor voice it was of an Al tested and almost Fin nine Blair dress. Liis person was a Lew feet from me at supper and i Iliad a View of his whole figure it was Liui weak and insignificant. I the of the Quot stained Quot who is trial Quot a the i Ost mister it was indeed Amos Kendall. I lieu jul m Sci surrounded by the kill Lien set the whole Corpse of of i i one Ling and scribblers. I heir Dullia is and Conlu Sioui of head Only e. 1 parents and the Reali edition of anxiously desired Zuah. Doc Umic n tip accompanying the president s Spycia. Message no. 1. Or. Forsyth or. Barton. Department or state Washington 28lh june 1835, sir or. Livingston arrived Here the Day before yesterday. By the mail of yesterday your letter of the 7tb May with a copy of or. Living ton s last note tried Iko Brogile was received. After an attentive examination of or. Livingsto irs correspondence with this department and the government of France elucidated by his verbal explanations the president has directed me say you that the messes. De Ilot child have been authorize d by the Treasury department receive the Money due under the treaty with France. Of this authority they will be directed give notice the French government without demand ing payment. For yourself you will if the Bill of indemnity is rejected follow or. Livingston the in. States. If the Money is placed at the disposal of he King conditionally by the legislature of France you will await further orders irom the United states but maintain a guarded silence on the subject of indemnity. 11 approached by the government of France directly or indirectly you will hear what is said without reply state what has occurred in full the department await its instructions. It is the desire of the president that you will make not even a reference the subject of the treaty in your Intercourse with the French government until the course intended be pursued is definitely explained the United states. Whatever maybe said the messes. De Rothschild it will be their duty report you As Well As the Treasury department and whenever they Converse with you they must be reminded that it is expected that they will wait for express notice from the government of France that it is ready pay before an application for payment a made. The course adopted by or. Livingston has been fully approved and the Hope is indulged that his representations have bad their just Indence on the councils of the King of France. However that May be the president s determination is that the terms upon which the two governments Are stand towards each other shall be regulated 10 far a his constitutional Power extends by France. A packet from the Treasury and dressed the Messis. De Rothschild and containing the instructions of the Secretary accompanied by the special Power appointing them the agents of the United states receive the payment due under the treaty of 1831, is forwarded herewith. The copy of n better from this department Pageot is also enclosed for you perusal. I am sir your obedient serv t., John Forsyth. Tzumas p. Barton Esq. It Iris their Iii Francc and brutality. A falsehood. The state journal a Federal paper every thousand dollars you earn by Enterprise and Industry i will add a thousand safely invested for you be used at that advanced period of life when Yea know the value of Money and Are entitled ease and the very facility of which Yonng men have of obtaining Money leads them into ruinous extravagance when from design or Accident their Means Are checked they report crime fur wish them the source of i Dyment. Brandy and water and cigars a fast trotting Korse a pocket Book with Bank notes gambling and late hours Are the Rucks on Wutoh Are shipwrecked Many Bright Hope and alluring Prospect a Fortl Antiri patios it no. 2. Air. Pm re Yak or. Barton. of state Washington september l lib 1s35. Sir so much time will have elapsed before this dispatch ran reach you since the inf Sage of the Law by the French chains a i place Natl he did position Oft Hii Kii i the iinds fulfil the treaty with the Iii. D states that it is presumed the intention of the French government will have been by that period Disi los cd. It is pro per therefore in the Opinio ii of the president thai of should receive you last instruct Ionia in relation it. It has always been his intention that the legation of the United states should leave Fiance i the treaty were not fulfilled. have beens uttered remain after Tho departure of or. Livingston under tie expectation that the government of France would find in Ull that has occurred its obligation proceed forthwith the Fullil nent of it As soon As funds were placed in its a and8. If this n is Dis appointed you Inu tax kit or your Pas sports and return the Uniti d states i no Ifo Vrient has been made on the Pari of France and no intimation give you or the banker of the. United states who is tie gent of the Treasury receive Tho instalment adult it at the line that payment will be made you Are instruct e j Call upon the Duke de Broglie and request be informed what Are the intentions of tie government in relation it stating that you do so by orders of your government and with a View regulate your conduct by Tho information Yoa May receive from him. In the present agitated Sutu of France it is the particular desire of the president that your application should be made in the most conciliatory tone and your interview with tha Duke marked by expressions As coming from your , of great personal respect for that Minuter and of an anxious desire for the safety of the King of France. I the Duke should inform you that the Money is be paid on a fixed Day you will remain in France otherwise you will apply for your passports and slate the reason be that the treaty of indemnity has not been executed by France. The president especially directs that you should comply with these instructions so Early that the result my bal Onowu Here before the meeting of coner�8i>, which takes place on he 7th of de. Cember next. I am sir your obedient Serrant John Forsyth. Thomas p. Bartow Esq. No. 3. Or. Barton the Duke de Broglie. O translation. Legation or the amt eur states or America. I arid 2-Luioct. 1835, his excellency the Duke de Broglie minister of foreign affairs. Monsieur Leduc having executed the letter the last instruct Soiu of my government in the interview which i had the Honor have with your excellency on the 20 h of this month in order further the comply with those instructions i am about re Tiki the United slates. Before leaving France however i have Iho tight that it might not be altogether useless address your excellency and submit you the conversation which then took place Between us word for word As i understood it. In pursuing this course i am prompted by a double motive first by a sincere desire la avoid even the slightest misunderstanding As the precise meaning of any expressions used on either part and also with a View in presenting myself my government furnish indisputable proof of my Fidelity in executing the instructions with Whu h 1 had the Honor be charged. J his last motive Monsieur Leduc does nut in. Terest you personally but Hohnl i am sure will not appear without ii Ortance in our c a i. Having said that 1 was instructed employ both language and Man dict the must conciliatory begged you la believe Sli Ould any thing appear Lii you not partake of that character that the fault must be Altri whited me alone and not my govern iolent As in that Case i should be certain that i neither represented 4ta dispositions nor a it fully obeyed its Rooert. I began the conversation by inform ing you that i had re just eau interview by order of my Over Ament and at on the result of that interview depend my further movement. 1 said that i was ordered tip convey Itie French give raiment assurances of the Lively Salish action feet by the president on receiving the new and confirmation of the King s safety i and that i a further instructed by the Secretary of slate. To assure you per tonally of his Higi it consideration. Aller an Ohli Gitig answer of your exc Llcy i Iliad the Honor submit the question. A i Anions inked by my government la inquire of your excellency what ire the Sale Lions of his my Jelly a in relation the funds voted by tie Chai Bersi Quot and 1 under loud you make Tho following i Ishwer. Quot having Wiillie a dispatch his s Chargo d if urn at Washington with instructions Coli Muziii Cale ii Mil it is la and m. Pageot having read it or. L\.i>yti�, i Ilavu Losa in Adjui a ttl4 Uit a Palolu Quot i said am Alsa Iii trusted Jaq. It i Iii of oui Eil Lilcik Shuth Vrbin

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